We had previously heard that the Galaxy F may boast a QHD display to bring it in line with the LG G3, but according to Dutch site Tweakers the S5 Prime (as it refers to it as) was shown off at a network event with the stock 5.1-inch, 1080p display.
It's not all bad news though, as apparently the Galaxy S5 Prime in question did sport the newer Snapdragon 805 chipset which is featured in the QHD-toting Galaxy S5 LTE-A.
The report also notes that an Adreno 405 GPU was residing inside the handset, which would give the Galaxy F a graphical boost over Adreno 330 Galaxy S5.
When one become two
In terms of design the Galaxy S5 Prime is said to look almost identical that that of its Prime-less namesake, which clashes with previous rumours suggesting the Galaxy F would have a slightly different look about it. Could they be two different devices after all?
Finally a model ID of SM-G901F is also mentioned, which is a close match to the SM-G900 ID for the Galaxy S5.
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